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Calling the bottom of a river a "bed" is a metaphor. Imagine the river restlessly sleeping on its muddy mattress.
It is disturbing, to say the least, to hear that an American was killed fighting for ISIS , and that, depending on which estimate one reads, anywhere from a few dozen to three hundred Americans may have likewise joined up.
NBC fitness expert Jeff Halevy is more than just a fitness expert. He's also a hard-core supporter of Israel, a racist, and a rabid right wing guy.
Six and a half years later and another term into the Obama Administration, however, things have finally moved forward.
Over twenty years ago, Pat Palmer, in her own words, "stumbled upon a $400 overcharge in a bill my father received for a routine medical procedure."
It's Labor Day weekend, the schools have been in session about a week, and the disgruntled voices of a minority drone on.
This diary is a follow up to Laura Clawson's great Front Page piece . I just wanted to add a few things and I had more than a comment could hold.
Animal Nuz appears on Saturdays at 11am ET on the Recent Diaries list, then at 8pm ET on the Front Page, only on Daily Kos .
One of the classic strategies for politicians caught saying embarrassing things is to use the old "there's nothing to see here, keep moving" ploy.
Reagan's henchman Ollie North cuddles up to Carlson on the couch to bash the president for not showing his hand on his ISIL strategy.
Open and concealed "carrying" lowers crime because the bad guys know they better not try anything.
Timothy DeFoggi was once the acting chief of cybersecurity for the Department of Health and Human Services.
The California legislature has passed a bill that would hold companies legally responsible if the temp agencies and subcontractors they hire cheat workers out of their wages or put them in harm's way.
Gregory Orr: When I was 12 years old, I killed a younger brother in a hunting accident near our home in upstate New York.
Immigrants and their allies held protests in more than a dozen cities Thursday to mark what they called the National Day to Fight for Families.
Students fighting to improve campus sexual assault policies are beginning to give up on the notion that Columbia will ever work with them in good faith.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 05:28 am
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